Local people buy all alcohol in a German city to let neo-Nazis dry completely

Locals buy all alcohol in a German city to the neo-Nazi & # 39; Shield and Sword Festival & # 39; let it stand completely dry

  • The police imposed a ban on drinking at the & # 39; Schild and Sword Festival & # 39; in Saxony
  • To stop visitors who have drunk before, the locals bought all beer at the local grocers
  • About 600 neo-Nazis visited the event but, unable to have a drink, many left shortly after arrival
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Fast-thinking locals bought up all the alcohol in their city to stop neo-Nazis who flocked to an extreme right-wing music festival.

The police had at the & # 39; Shield and Sword Festival & # 39; in Saxony, Germany, used its own deterrent by imposing a ban on drinking and confiscating 4400 liters of beer because of the fear of violence.

Fast-thinking locals bought up all the alcohol in their city to stop neo-Nazis streaming to an extreme right-wing music festival (stock image)

Fast-thinking locals bought up all the alcohol in their city to stop neo-Nazis streaming to an extreme right-wing music festival (stock image)

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But to prevent right-wing music fans drinking in the run-up, residents of Ostritz joined together to buy 200 crates of beer at the local supermarket.

About 600 neo-Nazis visited the event but, unable to have a drink, many left shortly after arrival.

& # 39; We made the plan a week earlier. We wanted to make sure they went without beer, & # 39; said Georg Salditt, 46.

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